and Barry W. Brook –
Can games like Pokemon Go get people to care about their smartphones and nature at the same time? University of Tasmania's Jessie Buettel and Barry Brook explore how augmented reality games can be a force for conservation.
and Alastair Iles –
Innovative food systems such as agroecology can become the norm if we weave a web of legitimacy from science, politics, society and values, says University of Berkeley food systems researcher Maywa Montenegro
The city-state has outlined its strategy for both reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change, but wider support from the business community and the public is needed to help meet its climate target.
There shouldn't be a dedicated government department for climate change and energy - all ministries should be equally sensitive to these issues, says Sindicatum Sustainable Resources chief executive officer Assaad Razzouk.